Monthly Archives: June 2011

Hispanics Fleeing Alabama and Georgia

Alabama and Georgia I want to wrap up June with some good news: Hispanics are fleeing Alabama and Georgia. (1) In Alabama, Hispanics are packing their bags and moving to other states: “They’re leaving now, right now,” Duarte, 36, said … Continue reading

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American Voters: Obama Economy in “Permanent Decline”

Black Run America This comes from the latest NYT/CBS poll: Which comes closer to your view? 1. The current economic downturn is temporary and eventually the economy will fully recover, OR 2. The current economic downturn is part of a … Continue reading

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Alabama: The Color of Crime (2010)

Alabama The latest crime numbers in Alabama were just released by the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center. As you might suspect, the Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) in the Mainstream Media refuse to report the “hate truth” contained in the official … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Racism, BRA Politics, BRA Race Relations, Crime, Diversity, Economy, Hispanics, Immigration, Negroes, Race Realism, Whiteness | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

The Tuskegee Walmart

Alabama After the fall of Black Run America, should the Tuskegee Wal-Mart be turned into a National Historic Landmark like the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery? 130 years after Booker T. Washington founded Tuskegee University, African-Americans are still trying to … Continue reading

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Macon County: The Rise of Black Run America

Alabama The date is March 25, 1965. The place is Montgomery, AL. The scene is Martin Luther King, Jr. giving his “How Long, Not Long” speech at the Alabama state capitol after the successful completion of the Selma-to-Montgomery March. That … Continue reading

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Racism and Reddit: One Year Later

Reddit A year ago, I set out with the avowed purpose to spread the “hate truth” about African-Americans on Reddit. I didn’t expect to win many converts to our cause. Rather, I explained my mission as being one of “discourse … Continue reading

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Review: Reaping The Whirlwind

Alabama The story of Macon County, Alabama is “a warning from history.” It has a moral lesson that is applicable to Whites who live anywhere in the world. In Reaping The Whirlwind: The Civil Rights Movement in Tuskegee, Robert J. Norrell … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Anti-Racism, Books, BRA Economics, BRA History, BRA Politics, BRA Race Relations, Conservatism, Diversity, Dixie, Economy, History, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations, Racism, Whiteness | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Ruins of Tuskegee

Alabama Listen up, black people. We are about to air some of your dirtiest laundry. It is the story of what happened to Macon County, Alabama – the home of Tuskegee University, still the third blackest county in America – after … Continue reading

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Updates: Carter Strange Beating

South Carolina I will post updates in this thread as I learn more about this story: (1) Apparently, Carter Strange would have died, if he had not be found when he was. (2) The parents figured their son had been … Continue reading

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The Carter Strange Beating: SPLC Silent on Columbia’s Black Hole

South Carolina South Carolina has been shocked by the brutal mob beating of Carter Strange in the Five Points area of Columbia. Here’s what happened: Carter Strange, an 18-year-old White teenager, was jogging home through the Five Points neighborhood. Strange … Continue reading

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